Firstly, it is eco-friendly & non-toxic.
Natural latex is made from the sap of the rubber tree. The trees are not cut down or damaged during this process and can produce sap for up to 30 years. Therefore, the processing of latex mattresses encourages tree growth and is extremely sustainable.
Natural latex is biodegradable, ensuring it won’t sit in a landfill for years.
There are three different types of latex foam: synthetic, blended, and natural. Natural latex has no synthetic additives.
Latex softly cradles heavy body parts, such as the hips and shoulders. This light contouring provides pressure relief near the joints and lower back, while latex’s natural elasticity maintains natural spinal alignment by gently supporting lighter areas, like the neck and back.
Latex is naturally antimicrobial, meaning it repels harmful microorganisms, making latex an excellent choice for people with allergies
Natural latex foam has an open-cell structure to permit constant airflow. The foam layers are also constructed with pinholes, enhancing breathability, resulting in a comfortable sleeping temperature.
Natural latex mattresses are best known for their long-term comfort. High-quality latex mattresses have a significantly longer lifespan than other types of mattresses, maintaining its original shape over years of use.
The independent pocket spring support system inside the hybrid mattress is ideal for reducing partner disturbance.
A latex mattress is also naturally resistant to dust mites, mould and bacteria.